Don’t worry, with the pace of change, it’s almost impossible to keep up to date with every Digital Transformation (DX) technology being developed.
What is DX?
The question is, what does Digital Transformation (DX) actually mean?! Firstly, let’s define what DX isn’t.
It is not updating your website. It is not having a chatbot. It is not even just building an app. Furthermore, no one ever “completes” digital transformation. It’s an ongoing process that’s constantly changing and evolving.
So, what does that make DX?
DX is DEFINED by how you will need to behave as an organisation in a new, modern era.
DX is DELIVERED by making sure that you have a modern technology stack and roadmap of investment in IT that will futureproof your business.
This is where we, as Digital Transformation EXPO (DTX), step in to help!
DX can appear incredibly complicated, so let us simplify it for you.
- DX requires your entire organisation to work together to re-imagine how you interact with your customers, how they find, choose and buy your products
- It’s about how your organisation communicates internally and with its suppliers
- For example, how you collect, store and analyse data, how this feeds into pricing, product development and marketing
DX is fundamentally linked to business strategy; the longer you take to jump on the train the harder it will be to keep up.
And to get this started, we have an easy, initial solution for you - join our community and contact to us to see if you could be one of our Transformers:
DTX for your digital transformation journey
At DTX, we use DTX 360 as our hub for you to access all things DX with 360 degree access, all year round!
We’ll bring you the pros and cons of existing and new technologies and our experts will outline the different strategic approaches that are available. We’re here for you all year round. Through our events, insights and connections we’ll explain the ‘art of the possible’ and make recommended connections for the brands that fit your requirements.
This is everything you wanted to know (but didn't want to ask!)